A choreographic centre based in Boorloo, Western Australia, STRUT nurtures and sustains a thriving community of diverse dance artists and connects them with audiences to share their work.

A local, national and global network of dynamic dance artists whose work reflects and contributes to our understanding of the world and celebrates dance as a driver of human connection.

  • Empower, nurture, and sustain the practices and careers of independent dance artists
  • Commission and present diverse contemporary choreographic work in Western Australia and beyond
  • Activate pathways to dance and choreographic practice through creative exchange and collaboration
  • Offer access and engagement to dance across multiple platforms and programs
  • Create opportunities and sustainability through collaboration and partnerships
  • Develop and manage resources in sustainable, ethical, and generous ways for the benefit of our members
  • Respect. Commit to listen to, learn from, and engage with First Nations artists, elder and their communities
  • Equity. Welcome and embrace artists and audiences from diverse cultural backgrounds, genders and abilities
  • Relevance. Provide the dance sector with unique development, collaboration and performance opportunities reflecting and expressing experiences of today
  • Aspiration. Offer inspiring opportunities and platforms for innovative creative interpretation
  • Responsive. Recognise nimbleness and flexibility as key mechanisms for sustainability in an increasingly disruptive sector
  • Transparency. Uphold best practice governance including being transparent across all aspects of our operation


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Acknowledgement of Country

Strut Dance acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website may contain images or names of people who have passed away.